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Rose Sat Final - Shrine of St. Therese

Rose Sat Final - Shrine of St. Therese

Rose Sat Final - Shrine of St.

Shrine of St. Therese Third Quarter 2008 • Volume 9 • Number 3 Reaching out to inspire a sense of community Who Will Be Our Future Priests? By Sally Stricca Within the last few months, we have lost two long-time parish priests. Father Bob Carden, a New Yorker who served for many years in the Pueblo Diocese, was much loved at St. Joseph’s in Blende. Msgr. Ervin Schmitt came to Pueblo as a young farm boy, and was best known for the founding of Our Lady of the Meadows church and later as pastor of the Historic southside churches. It takes time and much money to move seminarians toward ordination. Among Gerardo Martinez-Luna our 2008 seminarians, Gerardo Martinez-Luna of Mexico is doing his pastoral internship year in Alamosa with Father Derrek Scott. He will be ordained a deacon this year and is closest to the priesthood. Michael Chrisman, well-known to Shrine parishioners, is doing his pastoral internship in Monte Vista, CO. and upon completion will return to the seminary in Indiana for one more year. Carl Wertin graduated from Colorado State University-Pueblo recently, and is beginning his pre-theology classes at St. Meinrad’s in Indiana. He will have five more years of classes. Ambrose Muma of Kenya is going to college at Colorado State University-Pueblo this Michael B. Chrisman year, and will eventually transfer to a seminary. Arturo Vargas of Grand Junction, CO. has started college in Mexico, and hopes to transfer to the seminary in a few years. Andres Santiago is starting his fourth and final year of theology in the Mexican seminary. He is being prepared for the Pueblo Diocese along with some other seminarians who will be assigned to the Denver and Colorado Springs dioceses. —continued on page 7 All Soul’s Day—Sunday, Nov. 2, 2008 Pope Benedict XVI in his marvelous Encyclical, Save by Hope, gives us a powerful teaching on the “last things.” He tells us: The souls of the departed can receive “solace and refreshment” through the Eucharist, prayer and almsgiving. The belief that love can reach into the afterlife, that reciprocal giving and receiving is possible, in which our affection for one another continues beyond the limits of death—this has been a fundamental conviction of Christianity throughout the ages and it remains a source of comfort today. Who would not feel the need to convey to their departed loved ones a sign of kindness, a gesture of gratitude or even a request for pardon? No one lives alone. No one sins alone. No one is saved alone . . .As Christians we should never limit ourselves to asking: how can I save myself? We should also ask: “What can I do in order that others may be saved and that for them too the star of hope may rise?”

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